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Honda reveals the 2016 NC750X at the Tokyo Motor Show

Honda reveals the 2016 NC750X at the Tokyo Motor Show

Snapshot: The NC750X is one of the most famous adventurer motorcycles of the world which is well appreciated for its adventure and touring capabilities.

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Honda has come up with the 2016 NC750X at the Tokyo Motor Show. The NC series of motorcycles from Honda is an adventure tourer series which was first introduced to the world in the year 2012. The NC750X is powered from a 750cc twin-cylinder engine. The NC750X is one of the most famous adventurer motorcycles of the world which is well appreciated for its touring capabilities. The NC family of motorcycles comprise of NC750D which is more on the lines of a maxi scooter, the NC750X crossover and the NC750S naked model.

The Japanese auto maker has upgraded the 2016 NC750X with a more aggressive adventurous look. The front gets a new bigger windscreen and just like 500x it is equipped with LED lights at the front and rear. To enhance the liner damping character of the bike, the front suspension now comprises new Showa “dual-bending valve” fork while the rear suspension now gets a new pre-load adjuster. The fuel storage capacity is now increased from 21litres to 22litres, and the bike is equipped with a unique helmet storage trunk at the place where generally fuel tank is placed. Stay tuned for more updates on the Tokyo Motor Show and don’t forget to share your view in the comment section below.

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